Fancy Hearts Jelly
I really love this pretty Fancy Hearts silicone mould that Sarah-Jane of SiliconeMoulds.Com sent to me. The very first thing that came to my mind was to make jelly with this mould. Jelly desserts are especially refreshing for humid weather like Singapore. And they are fun to eat when made in individual moulds and great for children’s party too.
Look how pretty the jelly turned out from the silicone mould with the little red hearts on top
This is a very simple recipe (makes 5 )
1 packet (13g) Agar agar powder
200ml Coconut milk
2-3 Pandan leaves – tie leaves into a small knot
- In a pot add 800ml water, sugar and agar agar powder together and bring to boil. Keep stirring the agar agar liquid constantly until boil at medium heat and then pour in the coconut milk, stir the liquid till boil again and off heat.
- Discard pandan leaves and stirring it for another 2-3 minutes.
- Put agar agar liquid under double boiler or at low heat to prevent agar agar liquid set quickly~stirring occasionally.
Place silicone moulds on a baking tray before filling as support
- Using a scissors to cut the straw to about 3 inches length or buy a new syringe at the pharmacy (I have one, of course for kitchen uses only LOL! but just don’t remember where I put it).
- Pour some plain agar agar liquid into a small bowl and add some red coloring into it and mix well.
- Working quickly, dip the straw into the red coloring liquid and place your finger firmly on the top of the opening of the straw, any liquid that is in it will stay there and the liquid will falls out into the little hearts once you release your finger.
- Then mix the remaining agar agar liquid into two or three color (any color you prefer, I used white, green and orange), keep the liquid warm in a double boiler to prevent the agar agar set quickly.
- Add about 3-4 tablespoon of agar agar liquid into the silicone mould, wait till the agar agar liquid set before adding the next layer of colored liquid on top. **Using a small knife gently scratch the agar agar before adding another color on top. This method is to make the agar agar jelly sticks together.
- After finishing the layers, put agar agar jelly in the fridge to chill for few hours before serve.
Once the jelly has set, upturned silicone mould onto plate and pull the sides to release the jelly from the mould.
Beautiful! Thanks to Sarah-Jane :))
A party is not a party without jelly :))
Please check on SiliconeMoulds.Com for more amazing silicone moulds or drop a line at Sarah-Jane’s blog for more details.
Lovely jellies!Not only kids will love it, but we adult too…
I love the colour combination…so sweet and pretty!
This jelly is just too pretty to eat. Ann, you have such a delicate hands. Everything you make turns out so delicate and pretty. I wish I have you talent 🙁
I agree with the rest – you are a master of jellies! 🙂
Beautiful mould… beautiful jelly ^_^
Very pretty and nice jelly. Very tempting. Thanks for sharing
These are so pretty and I love all your colors;-)
Pretty mould and beautiful jelly! Love the bright combination colour of jelly that you made.
Anncoo,It's so lovely! You're such a colourful person! 🙂
This is gorgeous! The prettiest jelly I ever seen.
For a moment I was in the dream world, Anncoo! You are such a talented and passionate cook. Love the way you have created these marvels.
You sure know how to make food a work of art! Awesome 🙂
These are so very pretty!
Or a big kid's party! So adorable! I would have to refrain myself from making it bounce.
pretty mould and pretty jelly!
Pretty jelly indeed! Love the silicone mold <3
They ARE fancy… Look like jewelry case ^^
Nice…nice…nice…where i can get the mould??? I love it so much…
I never seen such gorgeous jellies! One word..Gorgeous! 😉
OOhh, this is super super pretty!!
wahhh so nice!! luv it! 🙂
@蓝色小厨Thanks! you can get it from Sarah Jane at SiliconeMoulds.com. Please click the web address at my page.
It looks so lovely, the colors and the form are really nice. 🙂
My dear, this is exquisite!! Too pretty to eat.
CG ~ Thank you very much for your compliment. You can get the molds from Sarah-Jane.muimui ~ THQ!Sue ~ :)) I'm flatered by your compliment.Lindsey ~ Oh! I really want to see your great post :)A little bit of everything ~ Thanks!
Wow! The jelly are too lovely to be eaten :O
Absolutely beautiful! Great job!
OMG! Anncoo, where dod you found such an amazing mold? it`s so fancy! love it! <3
Tracy, 我买的椰浆包装是200ml,所以味道不是很浓。你可以加多点椰浆,在把水减少一点就可以了。Shirley, I think it is quite easy to use this mold to make jelly as long as the jelly is not too soft.Belinda & Little Inbox, you're right..especially for ladies. Love anything that is pretty and cute ;)Gert, Thank you very much for your compliment.Alina, Thank you!Lena, Syringe is very useful in the kitchen especially for coloring…clean and easy.Cajunlicious, Thanks for visiting. I followed you too!She's Cookin, Thanks for your nice word'Shaz, Thanks.Penny, hahaa…remember to bring a big bag along when you're back here.You're welcome Cheah.
@LeQuanLeQuan, me too! I love heart shape that's why I have countless moulds that are in heart shape.
@JeanJean, you can always play with colors in jellies, agar agar or even chocolate 🙂
So pretty! There's so much you can do with this!
ahhh! it didn't occur to me that I can play around so much with the colors. looks really beautiful. u're really creative Anncoo 🙂
Lovely jellies. The colours are so fun! 🙂
that is the most beautiful jelly I've ever seen. so pretty colors.
that is sooo LOVELY!! (: (:
Whoa Ann, the jelly is so pretty. Your mould is also very lovely too. Thanks for sharing. Hope you're having a lovely day.Blessings, Kristy
The mould is so pretty and you have made a lovely-beyond-words piece of art out of it!! 🙂
you should really create a cookbook Ann and I will be the first rushing to the bookstore! Love all your food pictures!
oh, I found it in this store 🙂
These are really pretty, Anncoo. You've really showcased the molds very well – the way it releases so easily without messing up the details…
So pretty. I must get all these moulds next time Im back for holidays
Hi, it's so pretty!!
very pretty! never thought of using syringe, i have that in my house!
What a pretty mold and the results sure make a pretty picture. I have been wanting to make one of your jelly mold recipes, maybe this weekend!